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No sound coming from Receiver

I have a Yamaha Receive- I have bise speakers hooked up in the "B" main connection; however, no sound coming through.

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Connect your speakers to the "A" main connection
OR
select speakers "B" on the receiver FACE.
i hope this solves your problem.bye.

Posted on May 18, 2008

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